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Acknowledgments xxv,Introduction xxvii,Hardware Requirements xxviii. Software Requirements xxviii,Using the Companion Media xxviii. How to Install the Practice Tests xxix,How to Use the Practice Tests xxix. How to Uninstall the Practice Tests xxxi,Microsoft Certified Professional Program xxxi. Errata and Book Support xxxi,We Want to Hear from You xxxii.
Stay in Touch xxxii,Chapter 1 Introducing ASP NET 4 1. Before You Begin 2,Lesson 1 Understanding Web Communications 3. The Web Server s Role 4,The Web Browser s Role 5,Understanding the Role of HTTP 5. Lesson Summary 14,Lesson Review 14, Lesson 2 Creating a Website and Adding New Webpages 15. Creating Websites 15,Creating ASPX Pages 23,Website Compilation 28.
Using Assemblies 29,Lesson Summary 31,Lesson Review 31. Lesson 3 Working with Web Configuration Files 32,Understanding the Configuration File Hierarchy 33. Processing the Configuration Files 34,Changes to NET Framework 4 Configuration Files 34. Editing Configuration Files 34,Lesson Summary 38,Lesson Review 38. Case Scenarios 38,Case Scenario 1 Creating a New Website 39.
Case Scenario 2 Placing Files in the Proper Folders 39. Suggested Practices 39, Create a New Website by Using Visual Studio 2010 39. Add a Webpage to the Website 40,Program a Web Application 40. Examine Settings for a Web Application 40,Take a Practice Test 40. Chapter 2 Using Master Pages Themes and Caching 41. Before You Begin 42,Lesson 1 Using Master Pages 43. Overview of Master and Content Pages 44,Creating a Master Page 45.
Creating Content Pages 47,Attaching Master Pages to Content Pages 48. Referencing Custom Master Page Properties Methods,and Controls from Content Pages 48. Creating Nested Master Pages 51,Dynamically Changing Master Pages 52. Lesson Summary 58,Lesson Review 59,x Contents,Lesson 2 Using Themes 60. Themes Overview 60,Creating a Theme 61,Creating a Skin File 64.
Adding a Cascading Style Sheet to Your Theme 65,Rules for Applying Themes 66. Applying a Theme Programmatically 67,Lesson Summary 73. Lesson Review 74,Lesson 3 Caching 75,Application Caching 75. Page Output Caching 80,Programmatically Invalidating Cached Pages 85. Lesson Summary 91,Lesson Review 91,Case Scenarios 92.
Case Scenario 1 Providing Consistent Formatting,for an External Web Application 92. Case Scenario 2 Improving the Performance of,a Public Website 93. Suggested Practices 94,Implement Master Pages and Themes 94. Implement Caching 95,Take a Practice Test 95,Chapter 3 Handling Events and Managing State 97. Before You Begin 98,Lesson 1 Understanding the ASP NET Life Cycle.
and Handling Events 99,The ASP NET Application Life Cycle 100. Understanding the Life Cycle of an ASP NET Webpage. and Its Controls 103,Lesson Summary 119,Lesson Review 119. Contents xi,Lesson 2 Using Client Side State Management 120. Choosing Client Side or Server Side State Management 121. View State 123,Hidden Fields 128,Cookies 129,Query Strings 133. Lesson Summary 141,Lesson Review 142,Lesson 3 Using Server Side State Management 143.
Application State 144,Session State 145,Lesson Summary 154. Lesson Review 154,Case Scenarios 155, Case Scenario 1 Selecting the Proper Events to Use 155. Case Scenario 2 Remembering User Credentials 156, Case Scenario 3 Analyzing Information for Individual. Users and for All Users 156,Suggested Practices 157. Respond to Application and Session Events 157,Create Event Handlers for Pages and Controls 157.
Manage State by Using Client Based,State Management Options 158. Manage State by Using Server Based,State Management Options 158. Maintain State by Using Database Technology 158,Take a Practice Test 159. Chapter 4 Using Server Controls 161,Before You Begin 162. Lesson 1 Exploring Common Server Controls 163,Web Server Controls 163.
The Label Control 167,The Literal Control 169,xii Contents. The TextBox Control 171,The CheckBox Control 172,The RadioButton Control 172. The DropDownList Control 173,The ListBox Control 175. The Button Control 175,HTML Server Controls 177,Lesson Summary 184. Lesson Review 185, Lesson 2 Exploring Specialized Server Controls 186.
The Table TableRow and TableCell Controls 187,The Image Control 189. The ImageButton Control 191,The ImageMap Control 192. The Calendar Control 197,The FileUpload Control 202. The Panel Control 205,The MultiView and View Controls 207. The Wizard Control 210,The Xml Control 214,Lesson Summary 223.
Lesson Review 223,Case Scenarios 224, Case Scenario 1 Determining the Type of Controls to Use 225. Case Scenario 2 Determining How to Prompt for Data 225. Case Scenario 3 Implementing a Calendar Solution 225. Suggested Practices 226,Implement Server Controls 226. Take a Practice Test 226,Contents xill, Chapter 5 Input Validation and Site Navigation 227. Before You Begin 228,Lesson 1 Performing Input Validation 228. Understanding the Validation Framework 229, Understanding the RequiredFieldValidator Control 232.
Using the CompareValidator Control 232,Using the RangeValidator Control 234. Using the RegularExpressionValidator Control 234,The CustomValidator Control 235. Lesson Summary 244,Lesson Review 244,Lesson 2 Performing Site Navigation 245. Is Page Navigation Necessary 246,Choosing a Method to Navigate Pages 246. Client Side Navigation 247,Cross Page Posting 248,Client Side Browser Redirect 250.
Server Side Transfer 251,Using the Site Map Web Server Control 252. Lesson Summary 259,Lesson Review 259,Lesson 3 Using Web Parts 260. What Are Web Parts 261,The WebParts Namespace 263,Defining Web Part Zones 264. Creating Web Parts 265,Enabling Users to Arrange and Edit Web Parts 266. Connecting Web Parts 269,Personalizing Web Parts 274.
Lesson Summary 286,Lesson Review 286,xiv Contents,Case Scenarios 287. Case Scenario 1 Determining the Proper Validation Controls. to Implement on a User Name 288,Case Scenario 2 Implementing a Site Map 288. Case Scenario 3 Meeting Customization Requirements. for an Internal Insurance Application 288,Suggested Practices 289. Validate User Input 289,Create Page Layout 290,Take a Practice Test 290. Chapter 6 Globalization and Accessibility 291,Before You Begin 292.
Lesson 1 Configuring Globalization and Localization 292. About ASP NET Resources 293,Using Local Resource Files 293. Using Global Resources 300,HTML Layout Best Practices 304. Setting the Culture 305,Lesson Summary 311,Lesson Review 311. Lesson 2 Configuring Accessibility 312,Public Accessibility Guidelines 313. How ASP NET Controls Support Accessibility 313,Improving Visual Accessibility 314.
Improving the,Accessibility of Forms That,Require User Input 316. Testing Accessibility 318,Lesson Summary 324,Lesson Review 324. Contents xv,Case Scenarios 325,Case Scenario 1 Upgrading an Application. for Multiple Languages 325, Case Scenario 2 Making a Web Application Accessible 326. Suggested Practices 326,Implement Globalization 326.
Implement Accessibility 327,Take a Practice Test 327. Chapter 7 Creating Custom Web Controls 329,Before You Begin 330. Lesson 1 Creating User Controls 331,Creating User Controls 331. Defining User Control Events 333,Defining Properties in User Controls 337. Adding a User Control to a Page 339,Dynamically Loading User Controls 339.
Creating a Templated User Control 340,Lesson Summary 353. Lesson Review 353,Lesson 2 Creating Custom Web Server Controls 355. Creating a Custom Web Server Control 356, Adding Toolbox Support for a Custom Web Server Control 364. Creating a Custom Designer for a Custom Web Server Control 370. Creating a Composite Control 372, Creating a Templated Custom Web Server Control 377. Registering Your Controls in Web config 378,Lesson Summary 383.
Lesson Review 383,Case Scenarios 384, Case Scenario 1 Sharing Controls Between Applications 385. Case Scenario 2 Providing Layout Flexibility 385,xvi Contents. Suggested Practices 385,Create a New User Control 385. Create a New Custom Web Server Control 386,Create a New Composite Web Server Control 386. Create a New Templated Control 386,Take a Practice Test 386.
Chapter 8 Debugging and Deploying 387,Before You Begin 388. Lesson 1 Debugging Websites 389,Configuring ASP NET for Debugging 389. Defining Custom Error Pages 392,Debugging Remotely 394. Debugging Client Side Script 396,Lesson Summary 400. Lesson Review 401,Lesson 2 Troubleshooting Websites 402.
Implementing Tracing 402,Monitoring a Running Web Application 412. Lesson Summary 416,Lesson Review 416,Lesson 3 Deploying Websites 418. Publishing Web Applications 419,Web Deployment Projects 425. Web Setup Projects 427, Deploying Web Applications by Using the Copy Web Tool 439. Precompiling and Publishing ASP NET Websites 441,Installing ASP NET 4 on IIS 442.
Lesson Summary 446,Lesson Review 447,Case Scenarios 448. Case Scenario 1 Debugging 448,Case Scenario 2 Troubleshooting 448. Case Scenario 3 Deploying a Website 449,Contents xvli. Suggested Practices 449,Debug a Website 449,Troubleshoot a Website 450. Publish a Web Application 450,Use a Web Setup Project 450.
Use the Copy Web Tool 451,Precompile and Publish a Web Application 451. Take a Practice Test 451,Chapter 9 Working with Client Side Scripting AJAX. and jQuery 453,Before You Begin 454,Lesson 1 Creating AJAX Enabled Web Forms 455. Introducing ASP NET AJAX 456,The AJAX Server Controls 457. Lesson Summary 469,Lesson Review 470, Lesson 2 Creating Client Scripts with the Microsoft AJAX Library 471.
Creating Your Own Client Scripts 472,Creating Your Own Client Callbacks 480. Working with the Microsoft AJAX Library 483,Building Client Capabilities with AJAX 494. Lesson Summary 518,Lesson Review 518,Lesson 3 Implementing jQuery 520. Introducing the jQuery Library 521,Selecting and Traversing the DOM 524. Handling Client Side Events 530,Adding Effects and Animations to a Page 533.
Implementing AJAX with jQuery 534,Lesson Summary 545. Lesson Review 546,xviii Contents,Case Scenarios 547. Case Scenario 1 Using the ASP NET AJAX Extensions 548. Case Scenario 2 Using the Microsoft AJAX Library 548. Case Scenario 3 Using jQuery 549,Suggested Practices 549. Add Partial Page Update Support to a Page 549, Create Client Code by Using the Microsoft AJAX Library 550. Write Interactive Client Code with jQuery 550,Take a Practice Test 550.
Chapter 10 Writing and Working with HTTP Modules,and Web Services 551. Before You Begin 552, Lesson 1 Creating HTTP Handlers and HTTP Modules 552. Creating a Custom HTTP Handler 553,Asynchronous Handlers and Pages 558. Creating a Custom HTTP Module 566,Lesson Summary 573. Lesson Review 574, Lesson 2 Creating and Consuming XML Web Services 574.
Creating an ASP NET Web Service 576,Consuming an ASP NET Web Service 580. Authentication and XML Web Services 586,Lesson Summary 591. Lesson Review 592,Lesson 3 Creating and Consuming WCF Services 593. Introducing WCF 594,Creating a WCF Service with ASP NET 596. Consuming a WCF Service in an ASP NET Page 600,Calling a WCF Service from Client Script by Using.
AJAX REST and JSON 603,Creating WCF Data Services 607. Lesson Summary 619,Lesson Review 619,Contents xlx,Case Scenarios 620. Case Scenario 1 Working with HTTP Requests 620,Case Scenario 2 Selecting a Service Model 621. Suggested Practices 621,Work with XML HTTP Handlers and Modules 621. Work with XML Web Services 622,Work with WCF Services 622.
Take a Practice Test 622, Chapter 11 Connecting to and Querying Data with LINQ 623. Before You Begin 624,Lesson 1 Getting Started with LINQ 625. Introducing LINQ 625,Querying Data with LINQ 628,Transforming Data with LINQ 637. Lesson Summary 647,Lesson Review 647,Lesson 2 LINQ and ADO NET 649. LINQ to DataSet 649,LINQ to SQL 664,LINQ to Entities 672.
Lesson Summary 680,Lesson Review 681,Case Scenarios 682. Case Scenario 1 Writing LINQ Queries 682,Case Scenario 2 Working with LINQ and ADO NET 682. Suggested Practices 683,Write LINQ Queries 683,Work with LINQ and ADO NET 683. Take a Practice Test 684,xx Contents,Chapter 12 Working with Data Source Controls. and Data Bound Controls 685,Before You Begin 686, Lesson 1 Connecting to Data with Data Source Controls 687.
Understanding the Data Source Controls 687, Using Objects as Data Sources with ObjectDataSource 690. Connecting to Relational Databases by Using SqIDataSource 698. Working with Access Data Files and,AccessDataSource Controls 702. Connecting to an Entity Model by Using EntityDataSource 703. Connecting to XML Data by Using XmlDataSource 707, Connecting to LINQ Based Data by Using LinqDataSource 711. Connecting to Site,Navigation Data,by Using SiteMapDataSource 712. Lesson Summary 719,Lesson Review 720, Lesson 2 Working with Data Bound Web Server Controls 721.
Introducing Data Bound Controls 721,Simple Data Bound Controls 724. Composite Data Bound Controls 728,Hierarchical Data Bound Controls 741. Lesson Summary 753,Lesson Review 754,Lesson 3 Working with ASP NET Dynamic Data 755. Getting Started with Dynamic Data Websites 756,Extending and Customizing Dynamic Data 763. Using Dynamic Controls in Existing Sites 777,Lesson Summary 781.
Lesson Review 782,Case Scenarios 783,Case Scenario 1 Choosing Data Source Controls 783. Case Scenario 2 Implementing a Master Detail Solution 783. Case Scenario 3 Adding ASP NET Dynamic Data to a Website 784. Contents xxl,Suggested Practices 784,Create Pages by Using Each of the Controls 784. Create a Master Detail Solution by Using,the Data Bound Server Controls 784. Work with Dynamic Data Websites 785,Take a Practice Test 785. Chapter 13 Implementing User Profiles Authentication. and Authorization 787,Before You Begin 788,Lesson 1 Working with User Profiles 788.
User Profile Basics 789,Configuring a User Profile Provider 790. Defining the User Profile 792,Identifying Users 794. Setting and Saving a User Profile 796,Recognizing a Returning Visitor 797. Lesson Summary 802,Lesson Review 802,Lesson 2 Using ASP NET Membership 804. Using the WSAT to Configure Security 804,Logon Controls 807.
The FormsAuthentication Class 813,The Membership Class 815. The Roles Class 816, Configuring Websites to Require Windows Authentication 817. Restricting Access to ASP NET Websites Files and Folders 818. Lesson Summary 824,Lesson Review 824,Case Scenarios 827. Case Scenario 1 Configuring Website Authorization 827. Case Scenario 2 Configuring Website Authentication 828.

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